Dunadd: an Early Dalriadic Capital.

Alan Lane, Ewan Campbell, 2001. https://doi.org/10.5284/1000340. How to cite using this DOI

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Introduction

Dunadd is one of the most significant archaeological sites in Scotland, and one of the most important early medieval sites in Britain. It is located in the Kilmartin Valley, Argyll, Scotland. The site is a fortified hilltop, important as a royal centre of the early Scots in the kingdom of Dal Riata. The site was excavated in 1980-81 by Dr Alan Lane of the Department of Archaeology, University of Cardiff.

View of Dunadd The excavations at Dunadd in 1980-81 have been published as

Dunadd: an Early Dalriadic Capital
By Alan Lane & Ewan Campbell

Published 2000 Oxbow Monograph: Oxford. 295pp, 236 illus, 28 colour plates, plus 202 pp Web archive. ISBN 1-84217-024-4

 

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